- Can be caused by various underlying conditions
- Can cause decreased sex drive and infertility
- Many cases of testicular atrophy are treatable
- Balanced Medical Solutions offers effective treatment options
Testicular atrophy is a medical condition in which the male reproductive organs (the testes, which in humans are located in the scrotum), diminish in size and may be accompanied by loss of function. This does not refer to temporary changes in the scrotum, such as those brought on by cold. This can be caused by an injury or exposure to certain chemicals. Other common causes include orchitis, aging, varicoceles, testicular torsion, TRT, an anabolic steroid or estrogen use, and alcohol use disorder.
- decreased sex drive
- reduced muscle mass
- absent or reduced facial hair growth
- absent or reduced pubic hair growth
- softer testicles
One treatment option that has helped many men with this condition is the HCG Injections. HCG stands for Human Chorionic Gonadotropin, a common female hormone that helps treat certain types of testicular atrophy, especially if caused by TRT.
Men considering treatment for testicular atrophy or any other sexual wellness condition should discuss their symptoms with a specialist at Balanced Medical Solutions. We understand that each individual is a unique patient and that treatments for testicular atrophy are not meant to be “one size fits all.” We also know there are many reasons why a man is experiencing this condition and that they may be a sign of another condition that must be addressed first. Thus, we medically evaluate you as an individual and try to get to the bottom of what is causing your suffering in order to create the safest and most effective treatment plan tailored for you and your personal goals.
If you are suffering from testicular atrophy, or think you might be, the treatments offered at Balanced Medical Solutions can help turn things around and could bring more vitality, stamina and vigor into your life. Be proactive and make an appointment now! For only $69 you can get a full evaluation and your own personalized treatment plan (a $400 value).
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